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Wandering Drunk Woman Attacked Officers During Arrest 

A woman in Henryville is facing an assortment of charges after she allegedly physically attacked the police when they reportedly found her knocking on residential doors. 

Alvin’s Log Cabin, a campground in the unincorporated community of Henryville, Pennsylvania, is located approximately 45 miles outside of Scranton. 

On the afternoon of October 18, the police were notified by a concerned caller at Alvin’s who informed them about a woman who had hopped out of a vehicle and run into the surrounding wooded area. It was reported that she appeared to be very drunk. 

Officers with the Pocono Township Police Department went to the campground to investigate the situation. 

They searched around the area, and it was reported that they came across a woman who was knocking on random residents’ doors in a nearby neighborhood. 

According to reports, when the police began to interact with the woman, they agreed with the initial assumption that she was intoxicated. She was identified as a 30-year-old local. 

It was reported that the woman did not want to cooperate with the authorities when they tried to speak to her about the situation that brought them to the scene. 

The woman reportedly tried to get away by clutching the officers, in addition to kicking them. They also said that she bit them. 

The officers tried to subdue her, but the suspect allegedly continued to struggle. 

When they were trying to place her into the police car, she allegedly kicked her feet and tried to prevent the officers from putting her inside. 

The woman was booked into the Monroe County Correctional Facility. She is facing charges for suspicion of aggravated assault, simple assault, resisting arrest, harassment, criminal mischief, and public drunkenness. 

If you or someone you love is suspected of a criminal offense, contact Orange County criminal defense lawyer Staycie R. Sena at (949) 477-8088 for a consultation now. 

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